After a prolonged break, our podcast is back with the long-awaited 150th episode! Our special guest co-founded Beach Freaks Records and has one of the deepest collections of obscure vinyl from the 1970s and 1980s in Europe
“The first half of the mix is like a warm-up or a longer fade in, while the second part is more like the strange Salon-kind of a dance” says Frank D’Arpino about his shamanic mix for us
Curiosities, “amateurish” vibe, deep disco in the mix from one of the Dusseldorf scene key figures, Arne Bunjes, the guy behind Themes For Great Cities label
In the podcast for us, Aki showed his eccentric taste and a healthy appetite for experiments, these 63 minutes are soaked with weird dub, muddy mutant rock, B-sides, Deutsch curiosities and far beyond.
“The Matter of Life and Death” mix from Dusseldorf finest, Tolouse Low Trax. Rough, dark, cold, experimental music made by metal machines and mechanisms
Charles Bals, Düsseldorf-based collector of “the failed disco attempts, private records and border genres” shared 5 favorite 7″ records from his collection
Tolouse Low Trax, a man of Salon des Amateurs, producer, visual artist, a member of krautrock band Kreidler shared his secrets with us